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First you get the money.

Documenting my experiences as I try to get rich playing poker.
By: Cx452
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/Jan/2013

$1 to $7 Septupled up!

By: Cx452 @ 10:55 (EST) / 220 / Comment ( 0 )

So I had a good time on the $0.01/$0.02 last night; managed to turn $1 into $7. I think what went right was I'd been playing sit and go's and freerolls all day so I was well and truly warmed up.

I played tight and folded a lot of very tempting marginal hands. I think I did a pretty good job of not losing too much money and that allowed me to make quite a bit of it.

I saved the hand history but its 200 hands and I dont know of any useful way of displaying all that. If anyone does please let me know

This brings my current bankroll to about $9 - not bad starting from nothing a few days ago.

 

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